Doctor Who Regenerations through the decades

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Doctor Who Regenerations through the decades

The BBC has made a con­certed effort this year to push Doc­tor Who in Amer­ica. One of the things that might con­fuse peo­ple are the dif­fer­ent faces.

Doc­tor Who has been around almost as long as I have. The First episode pre­miered just six months after I was born. The series the actor in the lead role William Hart­nell was an elderly man and when it became plain that he couldn’t con­tinue the bril­liant idea of hav­ing the Doc­tor “regen­er­ate” into a totally new body (and a new per­son­al­ity) came up.

Each doc­tor is the same man, with the same mem­o­ries, but with a dif­fer­ent appear­ance and personality.

So to those of my read­ers who are not famil­iar with the his­tory of the Doc­tor Who here is the com­plete his­tory of Regen­er­a­tion from Daily Motion via user regen­er­at­ing Tardis who did a mar­velous job putting it together (sorry about the ads they come with the package).


Regen­er­a­tions: An Extened Look — Part 1 by Regen­er­at­ing­Tardis

The sec­ond set of regen­er­a­tions 46


Regen­er­a­tions: An Extened Look — Part 2 by Regen­er­at­ing­Tardis

These videos were first put on YouTube but were blocked there all except for this one which was iron­i­cally blocked by Daily Motion

And this last one brings you up to date:


Regen­er­a­tions: An Extened Look — Part FNARG by Regen­er­at­ing­Tardis

If that doesn’t get you inter­ested in the series I don’t know what will.

The BBC has made a concerted effort this year to push Doctor Who in America. One of the things that might confuse people are the different faces.

Doctor Who has been around almost as long as I have. The First episode premiered just six months after I was born. The series the actor in the lead role William Hartnell was an elderly man and when it became plain that he couldn’t continue the brilliant idea of having the Doctor “regenerate” into a totally new body (and a new personality) came up.

Each doctor is the same man, with the same memories, but with a different appearance and personality.

So to those of my readers who are not familiar with the history of the Doctor Who here is the complete history of Regeneration from Daily Motion via user regenerating Tardis who did a marvelous job putting it together (sorry about the ads they come with the package).


Regenerations: An Extened Look – Part 1 by RegeneratingTardis

The second set of regenerations 4-6


Regenerations: An Extened Look – Part 2 by RegeneratingTardis

These videos were first put on YouTube but were blocked there all except for this one which was ironically blocked by Daily Motion

And this last one brings you up to date:


Regenerations: An Extened Look – Part FNARG… by RegeneratingTardis

If that doesn’t get you interested in the series I don’t know what will.